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Congratulations Malaysia! Champion of AFF Suzuki Cup 2010


Well done Malaysia! Good job to King Raja and the Bluez for making the whole nation proud. With the spirit of Malaysia Boleh! I'm sure we can achieve more success in the future. Friday has been declared as a public holiday to savior the achievement of our heroes.

New! MIO Quest HRM with GPS






If you ever wanted to get a HRM + GPS watch that is compact and lightweight, this might just be your perfect choice. New product with on-demand HRM watch WITHOUT Chest-Strap.  Come with Pedometer & Calories monitor.  Comparing to other technical HRM which usually not so user-friendly.  This is a wellness product which good for all-level for active person.


Take your performance to the next level with the MIO Quest. With its sleek and compact design, the MIO
Quest is one of the smallest GPS watches on the market!

The Quest tracks your exercise, stores your data for analysis and lets you upload to your PC to track your progress. The Quest has a direct link to MapMyRun allowing you to share your performance with your on-line community!

The Quest allows you to track your personalized biofeedback data! You can analyzes your current, average and maximum heart rates, your time zones, calories burned, speed and the distance you have traveled.

Designed to get the strongest signal available with it's high sensitivity GPS receiver it provides accurate tracking under trees and near tall buildings.

The Quest is feature rich with waypoint mode.




Specifications:
* one of the smallest/sleek GPS watches on the market
* Continuous heart rate monitoring
* GPS location with waypoint recording
* tracks exercise, stores data for analysis
* upload to PC to track progress
* has direct link to MapMyRun allowing to share your performance with your on-line community
* analyzes current, average and maximum heart rates, time zones, calories burned, speed and the distance
* Designed to get the strongest signal available with it's high sensitivity GPS receiver
* provides accurate tracking under trees and near tall buildings (even in the car with tinted glass).
* Feature rich with waypoint mode.

Designed for : Runner
Also good for : MTB, Adventure, Gym
Sizes : 1 size fits all
Colors : Black
Availability : Available

RSP : RM980.00
MRE : RM928.00 (Special! Only available online and while stocks last)



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PAAA Round the Island Race Report

Source: thestar.com.my


THE Penang Turf Club are often associated with either horse racing or golf but this is no longer the case as they are now into athletics as well.

This seemed to be the scenario if the 33rd edition of the Round the Island Relay, annually hosted by the Penang Athletics Association (PAAA) and the Penang Sports Council, was to be used as a yard stick.

The challenge, with its running route spanning a distance of 72.2km, took its more than 400 participants through the island’s scenic and interesting areas such as Balik Pulau, Teluk Bahang, Batu Ferringhi, Tanjung Bungah and Tanjong Tokong.

The turf club outfit, making a strong bid in the Men’s Open category, were rightly crowned champions when they clocked the fastest time of 4:29.08, which was more than 18 minutes ahead of their closest rivals, the Penang Forward Sports Club ‘A’, who dashed home in 4:47.32.

Pacemakers Malaysia 1 were placed third when they completed their race in a time of 4:45.44.

Penang Forward Sports Club, which were hoping to make amends in the Veteran’s category, after missing out on honours in the Men’s Open, again ended up disappointed.

The Taiping Road Runners team, who clocked in the fastest time of 5:03.06, were crowned as the Men’s Veteran champs, as Penang Forward Sports Club were again made to play the bridesmaids role for a second time during the recent event.

The club’s ‘D’ outfit were six minutes short of the champs when the runners returned with a time of 5:09.02 while third was Old Two Hiking Team (5:32.56).

The introduction of the Mixed Category, an event which blended in the men and women, proved to be the highlight of this year’s challenge.

PAAA secretary V. Govindasamy said each team in the Mixed category were built around six men and six women, and its introduction was to encourage more women to participate in the annual challenge.

I-Run Waterfall Warriors, started the ball rolling in a very promising fashion, fielding as many as four teams in the new category.

It was no surprise when they dominated the event by making it an I-Run Waterfall Warriors affair, when their representatives in the Metal, Water and Fire teams, all finished in the top three.

The Metal team clocked 5:48.33 to take top spot while the Water team came in second with a time of in 5:53.59 followed by the Fire team (6:17.32).

With a total of six teams featuring in the inaugural challenge, the others being Rubber Burners and Infinity Milers, I-Run Waterfall Warriors’ other team — Earth —ma-naged a fifth placing after returning a time of 6:52.27.